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WHUT
Oct 31, 2012 7:30am EDT
between the countries are affecting sales there. mitsubishi motors is reporting lower sales in the country but growth in southeast asia can make up for the lost revenue. the mitsubishi motors president revealed the firm had cut its sales target in china by over 40%. that's to 42,000 units for the business year through march. he said he is cautious about the outlook for china but strong sales in especially thailand and indonesia should support the firm's business. he said it'll be enough to meet mitsubishi's target of $1 billion in operating profit. executives at another japanese auto maker announced the firm had cut this year's sales target for china by 35%. that's to about 40,000 units. honda has already slashed its operating profit forecast by about $1.2 billion for the current fiscal year. the chinese market accounts for 20% of honda's total sales. follow the latestic nom -- latest economic news. >>> the current account surplus shrunk last month. the government post aid preliminary figure of $3.9 billion. a drop of 4.46 billion from august due to sharp increase in imports. seasonably ad
KCSMMHZ
Oct 25, 2012 6:00am PDT
to shun japanese cars. makers that are facing lower sales are taking various measures. mitsubishi motors is releasing new exports to china. mitsubishi unveiled its new outlander sport utility vehicle on thursday. about 3,500 of them were originally bound for china, but the company president says that number has been cut to half. >> translator: we think it's too risky to export such a large batch of cars to china given the current sales environment. >> masuko said the company will further review its export volumes based on sales. meanwhile, industry sources say toyota motor will reduce output at its factories in china. they say the auto maker will cut reduction in the country by 35%, through the end of this year. that's due to grim sales prospects. toyota says it sold over 44,000 new cars in china last month. that's about half compared to the same month last year. >>> the disputes with china and also south korea are affecting the japanese travel industry. bookings for package tours to the two countries are at the lowest levels in years. the japan association of travel agents surveyed seve
WHUT
Oct 17, 2012 7:30am EDT
trading house mitsubishi corporation plans to invest in a geothermal power generation project in indonesia. it will all consider launching similar projects in japan. mitsubishi will buy a 20% stake in star energy, the operator of the largest geothermal power station. the transition will cost $200 million. star energy plans to expand its facilities on java island within five years. its aim is to boost output to 420,000 kilowatts and supply electricity to over 2.7 million households in the area. geothermal power is generated using high-temperature steam from deep underground. it is popular in volcanic countries and is a renewable form of energy that's not affected by weather. japan is estimated to have the third largest deposit of subterranean steam in the world. clean energy has been drawing more attention since the nuclear accident at the fukushima-daiichi nuclear plant last year. >>> japan's foreign minister is seeking international support for his government's stance on the senkaku islands. gemba has asked the french government to endorse japan's ownership of the islands in the east chin
KCSMMHZ
Oct 2, 2012 6:00am PDT
. >>> managers at mitsubishi motors's subsidiaries say things are getting back to normal. maruti suzuki's sales are on the rise nearly three months after a riot shut down production at its factory in northern india. the managers say the company sold nearly 94,000 cars in september, up almost 10% from the same month last year. it's also an improvement compared to august when the firm suffered a 40% decline in sales. operators of the company's man sur plant closed the facility after a riot killed one indian executive. management fired more than 500 workers who were involved in the incident. operations resumed on august 21st. despite the increase in sales, production is still only about 70% of what it was before the riot. officials at maruti suzuki say they will boost output to normal levels by the end of october. they're aiming to hold onto their top position in the country's auto market. >>> technology has changed our daily lives fundamentally over the past century and more. who can now imagine life without electric light bulbs or more recently smartphones? to answer the question of what the nex
KCSMMHZ
Oct 16, 2012 6:00am PDT
last month is a key event on the industry calendar. but honda, mitsubishi and fuji all pulled out at the last moment. the situation is made worse by a threatening consumer boycott targeting japanese products. >> translator: because of the senkaku issue, i'm going to buy a german car. >> translator: given the political problems, i don't think it's a good idea to buy a japanese car now. >> reporter: one dealer of european cars is offering what they call the patriotic service. it's a discount offer customers who purchase japanese vehicles get more than $700 off the sticker price. >> reporter: declining sales are now affecting others. toyota and nissan scaled back local production from september through october. some plants cut the number of operating days or shortened operating hours. more assembly lines could follow suit. managers of japan's automakers say they hope that this is just a bump in the road for the chinese operations. but that could all depend on the improvement in japan/china relations. and there's no sign of that happening anytime soon. akihiro mikoda, nhk world, tianj
KCSMMHZ
Oct 26, 2012 6:00am PDT
. mitsubishi motors production dropped by 30.5%. honda and nissan's both fell over 20% and mazda's by 13.7%. the ban in china for japanese autos is expected to continue for some time. carmakers plan to keep down their output. toyota has decided on a 35% production cut at its plants in china through the end of this year. japanese automakers reduced domestic production as well in september. the figure for the eight major firms is down 12.2% from a year ago. that's the first decline in 12 months. the end of the government subsidies for buyers of ecofriendly cars is partly to blame. >>> here are the latest market figures. >>> disgraced chinese politician bo xilai might soon have to answer for his alleged wrong doings in court. members of the country's top legislature have expelled the former rising star. that means he'll no longer be shielded from criminal prosecution. the state-run xinhua news agency is reporting members of the standing committee of the national people's congress approved a decision to remove bo as a deputy. bo is the former communist party chief of chongqing city. official
KCSMMHZ
Oct 31, 2012 6:00am PDT
businesses. mainly in europe. two other major electronics firms, hitachi and mitsubishi electric also suffered a drop in net profit. fujitsu posted a net loss of about $139 million. the weak results are due to a number of factors, they include lagging sales in europe that suffers from the lingering debt problems. slower demand in china, and the yen's advance. >>> japan's three major shipping services firms have also revised down their earnings forecast for this business year through march. sluggish chinese demand for shipment for iron ore is partly to blame. they projected a profit of around $125 million, but now expects a loss of about $280 million. nippon yusen down great the from estimate from around $500 million to were $250 million. kawasaki also revised down its projection from $285 million to $125 million. a surplus of large cargo vessels is pushing down freight charges. this is another factor for the gloomy outlook. the vessels were ordered before the 2008 collapse of lehman brothers. microsoft's new operating system windows 8 is off to a strong start. initial sales are much h
PBS
Oct 3, 2012 7:00pm PDT
well-known japanese brands, honda, mitsubishi and subaru. the local car dealers decided not to take part in this year's event following anti-japan unrest in several chinese cities last month. >> translator: i do not want to buy a japanese vehicle due to the senkaku dispute. >> translator: however both countries handle the dispute, i think japanese carmakers should still be participating. >> several chinese car dealers have also postponed their sales campaigns for new models of the japanese vehicles. >>> japanese business leaders are wringing their hands about the economic impact of these tensions. yogi khan joins us now from the business desk. we've heard about these concerns before. what's the lateest? >> we've already heard from some japanese companies about the impact of the political tensions between japan and china and the latest one comes from japan's largest supermarket store chain. the people at japanese supermarket chain aeon say demonstrators cost almost $9 million in damages to their flagship store in the eastern part of the country. a group of people looted and damaged t
LINKTV
Oct 4, 2012 11:00am PDT
works began as the mitsubishi machines company. after the 1949 communist revolution, the infrastructure here secured shenyang's continuing role as a base of industry. capital, equipment and technical assistance flowed from the chinese central government and the soviet union. it was the era of the iron rice bowl. under the planned economy, state-owned enterprises were assigned workers, whether they needed them or not, and workers were assured lifetime employment and pensions, regardless of factory output. but factories were often poorly run, sometimes by people with strong party controls and contacts, but who lacked technical or managerial skills. ultimately, central investment dried up. the factories went into debt, and today many state-owned enterprises limp along with a redundant work force, outmoded equipment, poor management, and an outdated production system. man: this is really what we refer to as china's rust belt, and it's the equivalent of cities like pittsburgh or cleveland, say, 20 years ago in the united states. in fact, the northeast, we could argue, has been receiving huge
PBS
Oct 9, 2012 5:00pm PDT
of toyota and other manufacturers as well, mitsubishi motors as well as we mentioned yesterday and parts makers are also suffering, of course, relating to the auto industry. now, all of these factors are also going to show up in the earnings results which japanese companies are going to be coming out with latern october. let's not forget the ripple effect could show up in the next quarter so this could be a really on going story here and we'll keep track of how you that affects the related sectors. elsewhere, sharp continues to make headlines. yesterday having been downgraded by a u.s. brokerage firm, down 15% yesterday and also took down the likes of pioneer which is a major stakeholder in sharp which was down 5% yesterday. we'll keep track of those shares today as well. katherine. >> so how is all of this affecting currencies and what else should we b loong out for today? >> quite a lot of focus. let's have a look at the currency levels. the dollar gained just a touch, safe haven levels, 72.21 to 22 and the euro fell against the dollar and is lower considerably against the yen and main
WHUT
Oct 16, 2012 7:30am EDT
on the industry calendar. but honda, mitsubishi and fuji all bowed out at the last moment. the situation is made worse by a spreading consumer boycott targeting japanese products. >> translator: because of the senkaku issue, i'm going to buy a german car. >> translator: given the political problems, i don't think it's a good idea to buy a japanese car now. >> reporter: one dealer of european cars is offering what they call the patriotic service. it's a discount offered customers who get over $700 off the sticker price. >> reporter: declining sales are now affecting output. toyota and nissan, scared about local production from september through october. some plants cut the number of operating days or shortened operating hours. more assembly lines could follow suit. managers at japan's automakers say they hope it's just a bump in the road for their chinese operations. but that could all depend on an improvement in japan/china relations. and there is no sign of that happening any time soon. >>> an impact on japanese carmakers in china is spreading. toyota announced it will shut down most of the pro
ABC
Oct 23, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. >> the last time next door neighbor jose velasquez saw cobbold, she sat in the black mitsubishi for two hours. >> she was sitting in the car reading the bible. >> neighbors were stunned that the woman they saw on the news lived here. >> i had no idea she lived a couple of houses down. >> rarely we see here and i just say hello and that's about it. >> police say cobbold was taken to a hospital to be evaluated. her injuries were not serious. tonight, it's a mystery why she allegedly did this. >> do you have anything you want to say? >> contact the police department. >> montgomery county police say cobbold is looking at potentially a number of charges. as of tonight they have not decided exactly which charges she will be facing. >> tom, thank you. we are following breaking news from central america where the u.s. geological survey said a 6.6 magnitude earthquake hit costa rica outside the town of liberia. there are no reports of immediate damage. the men running for president are back on the campaign trail just 14 days be
FOX
Oct 23, 2012 10:30pm EDT
finally caught up with her angela had crashed her mitsubishi with at least one blown tire at a fence. even then officers struggled to get the 27-year-old woman out of her car and into handcuffs. they say she had just caught attention of virginia police while allegedly speeding at highway 66 at 93 miles per hour. minutes into driving into bethesda, police say she crashed her way on to an entrance ramp of walter reed military police officers. we are told they notice. >> we are told they noticed her biting or attempting to eat a bar of soap. >> reporter: police say after pulling away, making a u turn and heading back toward the military hospital, cobbled got stuck in traffic. >> an officer approached her. she wouldn't roll down her windows and she took her vehicle, left the road way and traveled up the grassy portion towards this crosswalk. >> reporter: that's when a 12 year veteran fired at least one gunshot toward her car after she allegedly tried to ram him over. cobble then drove another 2 miles north screaming about jesus according to a source at the scene. cobble lives in this make nass
CBS
Oct 1, 2012 7:00pm EDT
bulletin out for a white isuzu or mitsubishi. at any moment it felt like another random victim might be shot. today malvo says he was a monster. >> if you look up the definition, that's what a monster is. i was a ghoul. i was a thief. i stole people's lives. what do i tell the child who was waiting for his father to come home and dad never showed up? >> malvo also described in frank terms how he and mitt romney carried out their deadly -- muhammad carried out their deadly crime spree. >> my focus is on weaknesses, passengers, and whenever there was an opening i told him to shoot and it was just one rapid after another after another. >> muhammad became a father figure to malvo and offered consistency even though as malvo pointed out in his interview that consistency was madnes andrea mccarren, 9 news now. >> one of the most intriguing low pressure elements of -- elements of malvo is his statements. he said don't continue to let my actions make you a victim the rest of your life. it isn't worth it. >>> on this one year anniversary of the occupy movement demonstrators took to the stree
NBC
Oct 17, 2012 4:00pm EDT
. she was unconscious. >> reporter: the two men run to a nearby silver mitsubishi galan and drive off. unbelievably they come back about a minute later. and this time three get out, and continue the beating. >> why did they have to come back? she was already unconscious. i don't understand it. i don't understand that kind of mentality. okay? >> reporter: jermaine's son doesn't understand either. >> i've cried my tears. now those tears have turned into something else. >> reporter: the anger is also turning into determination, to find the three men, who would do this to a woman. and then leave her lying on a street. >> it's terrible for anybody to treat a defenseless woman like this. i want those men found. >> because the victim's jaw is wired shut, investigators still haven't been able to get all of their questions answered. but they believe the attack was unprovoked. >>> now, at 5:00, breaking news. a terror plot foiled. >>> a toddler is sleeping, and no one is home. then the house catches fire. who came to the rescue just in time. >>> a more animated debate last night. but were both
CBS
Oct 1, 2012 5:09pm EDT
and they have an all points bulletin out for a white isuzu or mitsubishi. >> reporter: at any moment it felt like another random victim might be shot. today malvo says he was a monster. >> if you look up the definition, i mean that's what a monster is. i was a ghoul. i was a thief. i stole people's lives. what do i tell the child who was waiting for his father to come home and dad never showed up? >> reporter: malvo also described in frank terms how he and mohammed carried out their deadly crime spree including 27 shootings across the country. >> he'd go in the trunk. i'd put my window down halfway and i could see whatever was in front of me, to my left and to my right. my focus was on witnesses, passengers and whenever there was an opening, i told him to shoot and it was just one rapid after another after another after another. if there was an opening within 10 -- wasn't an opening within 10 minutes, we moved. >> reporter: one of the more disturbing elements of malvo's interview is he urges the victims' families to move on. he said "don't allow myself or muhammad to continue to make you a
FOX
Oct 23, 2012 5:00pm EDT
including a police cruiser. at about 11:50, we're told a black mitsubishi with an african-american female drove from 355 on to the entrance ramp here at this military facility. >> she made a u-turn and then stopped in traffic much like it's stopped right now waiting for the traffic signal to change. law enforcement or security personnel came up to her, attempted to speak with her. we're told they noticed her biting or attempting to eat a bar of soap. >> reporter: from there police say cobalt then drove out on to rockville pike again. where she made a u-turn and came back towards the officers. >> an officer approached her, she wouldn't roll down her windows and she actually took her vehicle, left the roadway, crossed over the sidewalk and traveled up the grassy portion towards this crosswalk. >> reporter: that's where police say a naval security officer opened fire hitting cobalt's vehicle but missing her. she then drove up the pike on the wrong side of the road. before eventually crashing into a fence iononeville street. witnesses say before crashing her car, the driver had lost all the r
CSPAN
Oct 10, 2012 10:00am EDT
the effectiveness of any military strike? >> and we will take your question now, to. >> i am mitsubishi energy systems. i wanted to ask, to get everyones opinion on how the topless changes if iran remains a latent nuclear threat but not actually construct a weapon. and my other question is related to united states economics, these united states. the ability to adapt to a more diversified fuel supply like natural gas or electric vehicles? >> thank you very much. >> i am going to say quickly, we did not get into the issue about what would be the cost of the strike so much. we had to use some numbers for calculating what the premium is. we assume that the premium -- the risk premium is in the market today. but we really kind of left those assessing the cost of a military strike to others. we try to avoid that. we had to use numbers that we took based on merely what we read. [inaudible] >> you are raising a couple different issues. one of the issues you are raising, there's no military strike that is going to create an end to this issue. any military strike is going to set the iran's nuclear progr
CNBC
Oct 9, 2012 9:00am EDT
:30, you would buy stocks at 3.30 and sell them to the japanese at 9.30. it was like newman. >> mitsubishi, matsui, all of them. >> then you get the call at 4:00 from the brokers saying, tonight we are taking up some tokyo railroad. today we are taking up tokyo electron. you just bought 100 million. i don't know, that's like illegal. well, that's how you do it in japan. wow. >> we are going to look back on alcoa and should have seen that. we should have been more focused on that. >> your stocks are so high and you think we could have been in the precedence of something, is that the parallel? >> i think looking back at '07 i was focused on what was already a credit crisis, it was obvious i think to many people that the equity markets were going to suffer as a result. but it wasn't obvious to most of the market participants because we were hitting all-time highs. what are the things we are not fully appreciating right now, if there are any, as we approach all-time highs. >> look at the makeup of the all-time high. do you remember what group led us in 2002? fertilizers! we were led by mosaic
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